GD3100 - Game & Level Design IV

Interactions within a level allow a player to engage with the game through active participation. Interaction design can introduce diversity in navigational exploration and involve deeper elements of challenge. By combining basic game mechanics in a level with original asset implementation, students can create unique, interactive game experiences. Elements such as physics and particles can add to the theme and atmosphere of the level. In this course, students will continue the practices of 3D level editing to begin creating a single player game experience.


Prerequisite(s): GD2140

Corequisite(s): GD3110, GD3130



This course is offered in the following programs:
Video Game Art & Design